"Recurring" Abstract Framed Canvas Print by G.A. Hickman 40-1/20" x 40-1/2"
We love this beautiful abstract seascape with its soft serene colours, soothing deep blues and rich tan browns by artist G.A. Hickman. Available in ready-to-hang gallery-wrapped canvas or custom framed in an elegant floater frame in Antique Gold, Brushed Silver, Classic Black, Expresso Brown or Cherry Brown.
This work of art is available in other sizes, please inquire below.
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G.A. Hickman has been involved in the art field, and in art related businesses, most of her life. Her career has included photographer, gallery administrator, publisher, and educator. Since the millennium she has followed her true passion and dedicates her time and attention to being a visual artist, finding creative expression through painting.
After receiving a BA in Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia, majoring in History of Art, she joined the staff of the Vancouver Art Gallery as an Extension and Education officer. In this capacity she traveled throughout the Province of B.C. installing art exhibitions and lecturing to communities about art.
She studied photography informally for several years and also while she attended Emily Carr University of Art and Design, later graduating from the ECUAD Curatorial program.
An active supporter of the Arts community, she is a member of the Vancouver Art Gallery and VAG Associates, Contemporary Art Gallery, CARFAC – Canadian Artists’ Representation, Alumni Association of ECUAD, Federation of Canadian Artists, and Gabriola Arts Council. Hickman has also served on the Board of Directors of Presentation House Gallery in North Vancouver, and chaired its Fundraising Committee for several years.
Hickman has exhibited her work in galleries throughout British Columbia. Her paintings are included in numerous private and public collections throughout North America and Europe, including Export Development Canada, the VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation, Nita Lake Lodge in Whistler, BC, and the Office of the Premier during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. She currently works out of her studio on Gabriola Island, BC.